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Possible correct spellings for vaiid
- aid You have it in your power to aid me."
- maid Call your master," I said to the maid who came in at that moment, "I have a word to speak to him."
- paid "You'll be paid for the boat," I heard him say to Lie.
- raid No sound came from the berth on the other side any more than before the raid on it, and Anna-Rose returned quicker than she had gone.
- said And as if he had heard the word lovers in her mind he said it.
- vain Perhaps it was vain in him, but he really fancied that the name of Jones was distasteful to Ethelyn, just as the Van Buren name would have been more distasteful to him than it already was had he known of Frank's love affair.
- valid He twisted and squirmed as though trying to escape, although he had quickly realized he was now being held in a loose though apparently-valid grip he could have broken easily had he so desired.
- vapid He would be a refreshing change this astounding man-creature, this Jean Laparde, after the vapid attentions of the vapid men who made up her life in the social whirl of Paris-Count von Heirlich and Lord Barnvegh, for examples, out of a host of satellites who were constantly at her heels, because, of course, she was an heiress; and whose attentions she endured because, of course, some day she must marry, and because, of course again, to marry anything less than a title, a name, fame, was quite out of the question.
- varied From every province in France they came, bringing with them their different languages, costumes and peculiarities, and consequently, there was great confusion and variety in the ranks of Stephen's army, but though their dialects and costumes varied greatly, the youths were bound together by a single hope, led by a common aim, as they marched into Vendome ready to start on their perilous journey.
- vat Vat apout it, hein?
- vd Ditching, planting, and hedging after the same order in other sandy or easy grounds, by the lug of like awise not above vd.
- verdi While abroad Mrs. Campbell studied with Errani, Albites and Muzio, a nephew of Verdi.
- viand But even the full-grown bird was not too powerful for the digestive organs in those days: it was termed viand royal, and heronries were maintained for the purpose of food, as well as diversion.
- vii 192 Alberoni, Cardinal, vii.
- viii 111 Bassano, battle of, viii.
- vivid Vivid, refreshing stories of children and animals are always enjoyed by young readers.
- void Vashti alone felt a void and found by its sudden absence how great a force was the steady backing of one who could always be counted on to take one's side without question.
- wad "Ye ken weel it's no my mother wad grudge me the milk ye wad gie me.
- wadi This is named Wadi el Kharnoob-probably from some conspicuous karoobah-tree.
- wait He had told Eustace not to wait up for him, and the house was in darkness.
- ward I made it a rule that no Ward-master should let drink be brought in to the paupers.
- Vied Though that kingdom was then the poorest in Christendom, it already vied in every branch of learning with the most favoured countries.
- Vito The human system is thus a delicately organized and exceedingly sensitive vito-magnetic machine, and is virtually kept in action through the operation of this principle.
- Vita Of Dante's rapt adoration of his lady, the " Vita Nuova" tells.
- laid We at last reached a cool, inviting-looking hotel, and we thoroughly enjoyed that well-served dinner laid before us on clean linen and bright silver, the delicious viands seeming all the better for our temporary deprivation.
13 words made from the letters vaiid
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